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Chiropractic Adjustments: Are They Safe?

Last updated: December 13, 2023 | Author: Dr. Samantha Coleman

Chiropractic Adjustments Are They Safe?

Chiropractic adjustments are a commonly used treatment when visiting a chiropractor.

It can be extremely effective in treating various pain issues.

However, many people are afraid of these spinal adjustments because of the cracking and popping sounds that very often can be heard during this kind of treatment.

Certainly, you can find some bad stories on the internet about spine manipulation going wrong.

But many of them are not true or they share only half of the whole story.

Today we will discuss the safety of chiropractic adjustments, so you will feel well informed when it comes to choosing a treatment option for your health issues.

Why Spine Adjustments Are Safe

If you are also worried about the safety of spine adjustments, a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic can bring you some relief.

In this study, spine adjustments have been found safe for treating common health issues such as headaches, back pain, and neck pain.

Plus, chiropractic care was reported to be one of the safest treatment options for pain-related health problems when compared to other commonly used treatments. But why is that?

First of all, chiropractic care uses non-invasive treatments that are holistically based. Secondly, chiropractic treatments are considered to have fewer risks than other more invasive options like injections, medications, or surgery.

The best thing you can do in order to make sure that your spine will get adjusted safely is to choose a trained chiropractor.

Without any doubt, the Virginia Beach chiropractic team who received additional training in Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) are the best in helping you with your health issues related to poor posture, spine misalignment, pain, injuries, insomnia, poor biomechanics, and many more.

These chiropractors can provide you with the best possible results due to the science-based protocols they follow.

Why Spine Adjustments Are Safe

Are There Any Risks?

Of course, like in the case of any other treatment, there are some risks regarding chiropractic adjustments.

Some patients may experience some short-term side effects such as fatigue, nausea, dizziness, or discomfort. However, usually, these symptoms remain mild and are temporary.

In extremely rare cases, some other side effects may also appear like increased spine damage, vertebral artery dissection, or acute pain.

Although these side effects are also possible, if you choose a properly trained, reliable chiropractor, you can be assured that your chiropractor will do everything to avoid these side effects.

This is because your chiropractor will assess your health and do several screenings before starting any kind of treatment.

Don’t Be Afraid Of the Adjustments

As every treatment involves some risks, so does spine manipulation.

However, spine adjustments are still deemed to be safe and effective in treating many pain-related health issues (and beyond).

Also, chiropractic adjustment is only one option of the possible treatment options chiropractors use.

Your chiropractor can help you decide what other possible treatment methods are possible.

Regardless of your needs, consider finding a CBP-certified provider in your area. This way, you can be sure that you will be in safe hands during the whole treatment.

If you live in the area of Virginia Beach, VA, Dr. Samantha Coleman and her team at ChiroSolutions Center hold a certification in CBP.

They are ready to address your health issues and help you reach your ultimate health goals.

Dr Samantha Coleman Chiropractor

She is the only Advanced Certified CBP Chiropractor in Hampton Roads, Virginia.

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